The Blues reached the FA Cup final with a brilliant victory over PL Leaders, Man City on Saturday evening – and some of the club’s supporters on Twitter picked out German defender Antonio Rudiger for his brillant display in backline.
Chelsea beat Manchester City 1-0 at Wembley Stadium in the semis, which ended the Citizens bid for the quadruple this campaign.
Chelsea gaffer Thomas Tuchel set his teqm out tactically perfectly, and they withstood some late pressure to deservedly win the cup match
Morocco Midfieder, Hakim Ziyech was the match-winner . The left-footed winger slotted in a simple finish after German forward, Timo Werner squared the ball across goal.
It means there is an FA Cup finale to look forward to against either the Foxes or Southampton, plus a UCL semi-final clash with Spanish outfit, Real Madrid.
Despite the sacking of Frank Lampard, there can be no denying that Thomas Tuchel has had such a positive impact on a group of players now.
A selection of Chelsea faithfuls believe that the German defender was a colossus in defence for them.
The German centre-defender was winning everything in the air, and the way he defends so aggressively highlights the gritty style under Ex-PSG gaffer Thomas Tuchel.
Here are some Chelsea supporters discussing Antonio Rudiger’s contribution:
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